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NFL chief medical officer Dr. Allen Sills said the league will react aggressively to data that showed 291 diagnosed concussions -- a 16 percent rise -- during the entire 2017 season.
The American Flag Football League, which will match up a top amateur team against a team of pros in its final, will have 11 games broadcast on NFL Network.
The NFL has quickly replaced Papa John's as the official pizza of the league, with Pizza Hut signing a deal through the 2021 season for an unspecified amount.
Which teams will be the most aggressive when the market opens in two weeks? NFL Nation reporters break down what to expect from all 32 teams, including the Browns, who have lots of money to spend.
Rodgers has earned all the money that will come to him. But every dollar he gets is one fewer for the Packers to use to surround him with talent.
Using the draft trade value chart developed by former NFL coach Jimmy Johnson, here's how the Bills could theoretically move up in the draft.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy told ESPN on Tuesday there has already been progress made toward a new contract for Aaron Rodgers even though he's signed through the 2019 season.
After an independent arbitrator denied the Packers' attempt to recoup part of Martellus Bennett's signing bonus, the team must count the remaining $4.2 million of Bennett's pro-rated bonus on their 2018 salary cap.
Papa John's and the NFL have decided to part ways, following divisive comments made by the company's founder last year.
When healthy, the defensive end is worth all of the $17 million-plus he'll earn on a front otherwise devoid of pass-rushers.
Defensive end Randy Gregory, who missed all of last season while serving his third suspension for violating the league's substance abuse program, is eligible to apply for reinstatement though the Cowboys aren't counting on him for 2018.
Ezekiel Ansah, who had 12 sacks despite dealing with ankle, shoulder and back injuries last season, has been designated as the Lions' franchise player for 2018.
The Cowboys will opt out of the NFL's ticketing deal with Ticketmaster to go with a deal with SeatGeek in which the team will receive a 15 percent equity stake of the company, sources told ESPN's Darren Rovell.
The NFL competition committee was unanimous in saying that Dez Bryant's reception in the 2014 NFC playoffs should have been ruled a catch, according to committee member John Mara.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones plans to appeal an NFL rule that says if an owner brings litigation against other owners, he must reimburse them for legal fees, sources told ESPN.
Cleveland will bring in some new blood to compete with DeShone Kizer, but the second-year quarterback will have some advantages over his competitors.
After winning his second Super Bowl, Chris Long had yet another summit to reach, joining with other current and former players to help a good cause.
Eagles punter Donnie Jones announced his retirement Tuesday after 14 NFL seasons so he can spend more time with his family.
Steelers minority owner David Tepper is interested in a Panthers franchise estimated to be worth $2.3 billion, but he isn't the only one.
Quarterback Sam Darnold will attend the NFL scouting combine, but he will not participate in throwing drills, a source told ESPN. He instead will throw for scouts at USC's pro day on March 21.